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House of Bishops’ fall meeting grapples with range of issues, from reconciliation to innovation

[Episcopal News Service – Minneapolis, Minnesota] The House of Bishops wrapped up its fall meeting here on Sept. 20 after spending four days studying, discussing and, in some cases, acting […]

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Episcopalians bring spiritual urgency to youth-led climate strikes

[Episcopal News Service – Falmouth, Massachusetts] A wave of youth-led protests against political inaction on the climate crisis that drew hundreds of thousands to the streets of cities around the […]

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United Methodists float plans to split denomination after LGBTQ vote

[Religion News Service] The United Methodist Church’s deadline for petitions for its next global meeting passed Sept. 18, setting the terms for a final reckoning with LGBTQ issues that have […]

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Bishops step up preparations for Lambeth Conference amid anxiety over spousal invitations

[Episcopal News Service – Minneapolis, Minnesota] Diocese of New York Assistant Bishop Mary Glasspool left no ambiguity about her plans to attend the Lambeth Conference 2020. She is going, even […]

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Federal judge rules in favor of Episcopal Church in South Carolina in trademark infringement case

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Diocese of Massachusetts celebrates 20 years of volunteer-run summer day camp

[Diocese of Massachusetts] The difference that the Boston-area B-SAFE summer program makes in the lives of the children and teens it serves becomes quickly apparent during a visit to a […]

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Young Episcopalians bring back stories from US-Mexico border

[Diocese of Massachusetts] With the migrant crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border so often in the news, a group of seven high school-aged Episcopalians, along with three adults, set off in […]

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Episcopalians encouraged to take part in Sept. 20 climate strike

[Episcopal News Service] On Sept. 20, adults and young people around the world will skip school and work to protest political inaction on the climate crisis, and dioceses and parishes […]

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Albany Bishop William Love to face hearing in disciplinary case for blocking same-sex marriage

Editor’s note: This story, initially posted Sept. 18 before Albany Bishop William Love could be reached for comment, has been updated Sept. 19 with comments from an interview with Love. […]

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First female Māori bishop ordained in New Zealand

[Anglican Communion News Service] More than 1,000 people joined in the celebrations for the ordination of Bishop Waitohiariki Quayle as bishop of Te Upoko o Te Ika, who became the […]

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